The University of Kansas Medical Center (KUMC) offers a wide variety of compliance training resources. Please choose from the modules listed below, based on your employer and role at KUMC. Your supervisor or administrator can provide further information about the module(s) required for your position.
University Employees and/or Students
HIPAA Training for Classified and Unclassified KUMC Employees: This training is for classified and unclassified KUMC employees whose duties do not involve clinical care or human research.
HIPAA Training for KUMC Deans, Basic Scientists, and Department Directors: This overview is targeted for deans, chairs and faculty in the basic sciences, and directors of non-clinical units at KUMC. Please note that scientists who do research with human subjects must take the HIPAA training that is incorporated into the Human Subjects Protection Tutorial.
HIPAA Training for KUMC Providers: This tutorial is required for health care providers at KUMC, including physicians, residents, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, and allied health professionals who bill for their services.
HIPAA Training for KUMC Students: This tutorial provides training on the HIPAA Privacy Rule for KUMC students in the School of Medicine, School of Nursing, and School of Allied Health.
HIPAA Training for University of Kansas Physicians: UKP employees are required to complete ALL THREE modules: What is HIPAA, Patient Rights and Expectations, and Security.
HIPAA Research Training: This training is required for all personnel who are involved in human subjects research at KUMC. The training is available as Module 10 of the Human Subjects Research Biomedical Researchers Basic Course in CITI. Please refer to the IRB's Human Subject Protection Training website for information and instructions on accessing CITI with KUMC credentials. You must score 90% or above.
HIPAA Awareness Training: This training is for all workforce members of the Hospital and UKP.
Vendors: This training may be required for vendors who work in patient care areas but do not have patient contact. Please consult with your KUMC contact to determine whether this training is necessary.